Madhya Pradesh Medical Negligence: 11 People Lose Eyesight as Surgery Goes Wrong at Indore Hospital
Indore Eye Hospital Surgery Gone Wrong. (Photo Credits: ANI)

Bhopal, August 17: In a botched up eye-surgery, 11 patients lost their eye sight after undergoing operation for cataract at Indore Eye Hospital. Chief Medical Officer Dr Pravin Jadia said about the incident that the treatment of 11 patients who lost their eye-sight is underway. UP Medical Negligence: Class 8th Pass Owner of Aryan Hospital Seen Operating Patient, Video Goes Viral!

The hospital has also set up an inquiry into the incident, said the doctor.

"We will investigate the cause," said Dr Jadia. The hospital administration has ordered to sumbit a report into the incident within 72 hours. Medical Negligence in Kolkata: Woman Infused With Blood of Wrong Group at Columbia Asia Hospital.

Madhya Pradesh Health Minister Tulsi Silawat also took stock of the situaton. He said that the patients who have suffered due to the surgery will be given the "best treatment".

"I have ordered that the hospital's license should be cancelled. Patients will be provided a compensation of Rs 20,000," said the Minister.

An FIR will be registered against those responsible for the surgery gone wrong. Doctors found "guilty of negligence" will have to face departmental inquiry. "A seven-member committee has been formed to investigate the matter," informed the Minister.